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party candidate change the race? my money on ryan seacrest, he is so talented. apple ceo steve jobs announcing he is stepping down. what does it mean for the company, the future of technology and the health of my ipod? "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> greg: our top story, the entire east coast braces for hurricane irene. irene is currently a category three but is expected to grow stronger as it makes landfall. we'll get the latest on irene's path in a minute but let's check in with jonathan serrie live. >> good afternoon. the storm is well out to sea, the surf is really kicking up. some visitors are taking advantage of that. over here, you can see some surfers out there in the water. a lot of visitors deciding to spend at least one last day on the beach. even though there is a mandatory evacuation for visitors. to get an idea what the storm is capable of, take a look at the video from the bahamas. hurricane irene slammed in the bahama as category three storm. 125-mile-per-hour winds causing widespread damage to two southern islands. no initial report of major injuries or deat
as we know it. federal judge in ohio ruled that former democrat congressman steve dryhouse can proceed with defamation lawsuit against pro-life group that was going to run negative political ads against him. the group was preparing to run the huge billboards, calling the guy out on his abortion record. he claims to be pro-life, which is a weird twist to the whole story. as soon as he threatened the lawsuit, the group pulled the ads. they never went up on the billboard. now a judge said you can go ahead. kimberly, you are the attorney here. i to ask you, this seems so bizarre to me. >> kimberly: is it really, though? >> monica: it's rough and tumble sports. listen, your opponent will lie about you no matter what. you should noah you are getting into, eyes wide open if you are going to run. >> kimberly: nevertheless, ads publicized by the media and they got play and he can say he was damaged. proof in the pudding, he lost. countersued by the organization saying you damaged us and we had to send money defending your frivolous lawsuit there is public outcry about ads. what happened with ra
. in libya. tonight on "special report" we have team coverage. steve harrigan will join us near tripoli where rebels are said to be almost in complete control of the capital city and hunting for muammar gaddafi. we will get the latest on the u.s. role and who the rebels are from jennifer griffin at the pentagon. we have a report from sky news correspondent alex crawford who has been following the rebel path to capital on the ground. ed henry is monitoring the administration reaction from martha's vineyard. i'm talk with the chairman of the house intelligence committee on what happens next have you heard what the california democratic congresswoman maxine waters said about the tea party? if not, you will want to. shannon bream has that story. doug mckelway has the new martin luther king junior memorial on the washington mall. "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern in washington. now back to new york to my friends at "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: welcome back to "the five." american economy on the verge of falling back to recession. the politics in d.c. is heading up the right, blaming
influential in american politics. bachmann. palin. steve king from iowa. louie gomert from texas. chafitz, giving orrin hatch run for his money in the senate they're for real. >> bob: that is your list of powerful -- >> eric: it is. >> bob: we may disagree with that. i look at it from a national -- look, i gave them credit for bringing this issue up to the forefront. it worked. although most of them voted against it. keep that in mind yesterday in the house. tea party people. in the off-career election. >> because it changed. >> eric: in the mid-term election, what the tea party did, it scared republicans. >> bob: they left you with three empty senate seats. we would never have won nevada, delaware or colorado if it hadn't been for the fact they nominated tea party candidates. the polling shows one thing. people believe the tea party is off to the way far right but they are getting the identity of the republican party. that is the danger. >> eric: changing miles per hour politics, moving it to the right. yes or no? >> monica: of course. the tea party didn't grow out of a reaction to obama
conservatives, michele bachmann, gomeer and steve king said it's a bad deal. they predicted this. >> andrea: i don't think you can single-handedly point to the debt deal or tea party. that's not what we're seeing across wall street. but if you look at europe, this is the same thing happening here. it's straight across the euro zone where they had the housing crisis and debt crisis. you see in greece, the government took up 40% of the greek economy. it became so huge, unsustainable now they can't save themselves. this is across the continent. it's the same road we're going down here. credit the tea party for at least trying to stop it. >> greg: they were the ones in the clip shouting "stop." yet, they were getting blamed. bob, if i remember correctly you said the tea party was going to cause the stock market to plunge. >> bob: it did. >> greg: we got a phony deal to stop the debt ceiling crisis and it's plunging more. >> eric: i'm not sure it was you but someone said if we don't sign the debt deal the house will go up in flames. >> bob: it wasn't me. can i ask a question about the greece analog
very, very influential in american politics. bachman, palin, steve king from iowa, louis goman. these people are for real. >> that's your list of powerful -- >> it is. it happens to be. >> well, i think that -- i disagree with that. but let me eye am looking at it from a national -- but look, i gave them credit for bringing this issue up to the forefront. and approximatet worked. but most of them voted against it in the house, the tea party people -- >> because it changed. >> in the mid-term election, the tea party did scare republicans. but they left three empty senate seats. we would never have won nevada, delaware or colorado, if not for the thakt fact they nominated tea party candidates. people believe the tea party is off to the way far right. but they are beginning to get the identity of the republican party. >> but changing american politics, moving it to the right. >> remember, the tea party didn't grow out of a reaction to obama and the democrats, but it has become that. it grew out of a reaction to the fact that the republican establishment has been such big governmen
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